They are reaching out to see if you may know a High School Senior, College Student, and/or a Recent Grad who would be a great candidate for the Congressional Collegiate Internship Program, and to let you know the application for the Fall 2014 program is now open. Continue Reading →
A pro-Israel rally in New York City was disrupted on Monday by a loud counter-rally for the Palestinian side of the conflict, with both sides straining to have their voices heard over each other at a particularly raucous event on the steps of City Hall. Continue Reading →
As recently as the 1970’s, women’s history was virtually an unknown topic in the K-12 curriculum or in general public consciousness. Continue Reading →
Well, about 57 members of Congress are part of that elite group.
Roughly 11% of Congress have net worth of more than $9 million, according to a USA TODAY analysis of 2010 financial disclosures compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics. That’s enough to put them in the top 1% of wealth. Continue Reading →
To welcome in the New Year in Harlem with the Postal Regulatory Commission’s decision to approve an “exigent rate increase” on postage for First Class Mail and Standard Mail. Continue Reading →
Facing growing criticism of his economic recovery plan, made public Saturday a detailed analysis by his economic advisers that estimates the $775 billion plan of tax cuts and new spending would create 3.5 million jobs over the next two years.
With an eye on Obama having immediate access to bailout money already approved by Congress when he becomes president, his economic team and the Continue Reading →have discussed having ask lawmakers for access to the $350 billion remaining in the fund.
Voices of the Everyday People for Change (VOTE People for Change), Craig Schley’s candidacy for US Congress in the 15thDistrict of New York, challenging incumbent Congressman Charles Rangel. Continue Reading →